COVID-19 makes maintaining resident services and protecting key revenue streams like permitting and licensing both more difficult and more important.
The current crisis has forced many governments to physically close down offices, leaving teams scrambling to quickly transition from conducting operations in-person to doing so remotely. As a result, governments everywhere are looking for ways to keep ‘City Hall’ open when the physical one must be closed.
In this webinar, North Andover, MA, and Wooster, OH show how they have made it possible for residents to keep doing necessary business with their local government online, which keeps key revenue streams and economic development flowing even during a time of crisis.
Watch this webinar to learn:
How North Andover, MA increased permitting and licensing revenue during the crisis
Best practices to enable a quick transition to remote government operations
How to launch an effective virtual inspection program